Dr. Kara Carmack, art historian and Exhibitions and Public Programs Officer, New York Studio School, will discuss Andy Warhol’s televised workouts as an interrogation of two post-Stonewall archetypes of the gay male body: the swish and the clone. Her talk focuses on Warhol working out and refusing to work out on public access television, and contextualizes his performance within the popularization of bodybuilding, the proliferation of the Nautilus machine, and the volatile gender performativity of gay male bodies in the years following Stonewall.
Co-sponsored by Costume Studies and Department of Art and Art Professions, NYU Steinhardt; Department of Art History, College of Arts & Science, NYU; and the NYU Center for the Humanities.
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This lecture will have live captions and will be recorded. A video of the lecture with closed captions will be available on the Grey’s website after the event.